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I receive alimony for my child. Is it tax free? #netherlands

 
Alimony received for a child is tax free since the law assumes that there is a natural obligation based on the relationship between the parent who left and the child.
 
So if alimony is agreed it is important that the agreement contains a specification of the alimony. Alimony for a child is tax free, alimony for the ex-partner is taxable.
 
 
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